EFFECT OF ANNEALING ON MICROSTRUCTURE AND HARDNESS OF FeNiCo ALLOYS SYNTHESIZED BY MECHANICAL ALLOYING

Authors

  • Sutrisna Sutrisna Institut Teknologi Nasional Yogyakarta
  • Didit Setyo Pamuji Institut Teknologi Nasional Yogyakarta
  • Angger Bagus Prasetiyo Institut Teknologi Nasional Yogyakarta
  • Ismail Zulpria Ababil Institut Teknologi Nasional Yogyakarta
  • Ihwanul Aziz National Reserch and Innovation Agency

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21776/jrm.v15i1.1690

Keywords:

FeNiCo Alloys, Annealing, Mechanical Alloying, Milling, Microstructure, Hardness

Abstract

Alloys based on Fe-Ni-Co are categorized as special nickel-based superalloys with braod application as magnetic sensors in electric motors, recording devices as well as for vehicle engine parts. The purpose of this study was to determine the physical and mechanical properties of Fe-Ni-Co materials synthesized by mechanical alloying method, then subjected to annealing temperature variation i.e 800oC, 900oC, and 1000oC for 1 hour. Test methods carried out by XRD-spectra to identify the phase, SEM and EDS mapping to determine the microstructure and composition together with micro hardness test to represent the mechanical properties of this FeNiCo alloys. The results of the XRD test showed that Co atoms and some Fe dissolved into the Ni crystal lattice tended to form a solid solution of g-Ni(Fe,Co). Microstructural observations at 900 OC after milling for 16 hours showed a fine and homogeneous grain structure. The highest hardness value was 421.5 kg/mm2 at 16 hours milling. The Fe-Ni-Co alloy exhibited a homogeneous microstructural distribution with a fine grain structure and high densification.

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